Idaho Falls, ID
Idaho Falls serves as the seat of Bonneville County in southeastern Idaho, while also recognized as the state’s largest city outside the Boise metropolitan area. It covers almost 23 square miles of land at an elevation of 4,700 feet, home to an estimated population of more than 61,000 people.
The area was founded in 1864 when the first ferry service began on the Snake River, triggering a new tide of westward migration. The community was initially called Taylor’s Crossing, then Eagle Rock, and finally the name Idaho Falls was adopted in 1891 when the city was incorporated. Idaho Falls today stands as the commercial and cultural hub for eastern Idaho and parts of western Wyoming and southern Montana. The city maintains an extensive river walk with running and biking trails, art installations and many other points of interest.
Drivers in Idaho Falls deserve the best service on their vehicles, and Sage Creek Repair is the shop to provide it. Since 1979, our progressive, family-owned business has served the Idaho Falls community with dependable auto repairs on a wide range of cars and trucks. As a AAA-Approved Auto Repair Facility employing ASE Certified Technicians, we work hard every day to deliver impeccable workmanship combined with excellent customer service. Sage Creek Repair is conveniently located on Yellowstone Highway in Idaho Falls, where you’ll always get “experience you can trust.”